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in the country. but that measure co2 per square mile. in 2001, scott bernstein in chicago said what happens their mission see a to for my we start measuring co2 per person for our co2 per housel because there's a certain number of us. if you look at say two per household the red and the green just flip. absolutely change places. and by far the healthiest place you could is in the city. manhattanites burned a third of the fossil fuels of people in dallas for example. to use a third electricity. why? their heating and cooling their neighbors, their apartments are touching. even more important than that mostly the less driving they are doing. transportation is the greatest smoke contributor to most civilians greenhouse gas. in our daily lives the biggest choice which may, when i build my house in washington, d.c. i make sure i cleaned the shores -- the shelves on the sustainability store. i got the bamboo flooring. i have a wood burning stove that supposedly a log burning in my wood burning stove contributes less co2 to the environment than if it were left to decompose in the forest naturally.
footprint, scott bernstein in chicago said what happened to the center of measuring co2 per mile? we start measuring co2 per household. well, they're only a certain number of us. we can choose to live where we per loop more or less. if you look at a per household, the red and green just let. you absolutely change places. the healthiest place you can lives in the city. manhattanites burn one third of the fossil fuels as other people in dallas, for example. they are heating and cooling as neighbors, their apartments are touching. and there is less driving if they are doing. transportation is the greatest single contributor to most civilians in greenhouse gas emissions. that is the greatest race we can make. when i built my house in washington dc, i cleaned the shelves on the sustainability store. i got the solar panels, one hotter heater. wood burning stove. a law burning in my wood burning stove contributes less co2 than it was to decompose and force nationally. the energy saver lightbulb save as much electricity -- i should say as much carbon a year is moving to the neighborhood saves in a
per square mile. in 2001 scott bernstein at the center for neighborhood technology in chicago said what happens if instead of measuring co2 per mile we start measuring co2 per person or per household? because there are only a certain number of us, and we can choose to live in places where we pollute more orless. if you look per household, the red and the green just flip, absolutely change places. and by far the healthiest place you can live is in the city. manhattanites burn a third of the fossil fuels of people in dallas, for example. they use a third to have electricity. why? well, they're heating and cooling their neighbors, right? their apartments are touching. but even more importantly than that mostly is the less driving they're doing. transportation is the greatest single contributor to, um, to most civilians' greenhouse gas. in our daily lives the big choice we can make, you know, when i built my house in washington, d.c., i made sure i cleaned the shelves on the sustainability store. i got the solar possible, the solar hot water heater, the superinsulation, the bamboo floo
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